Cloverdale Emerald Command earns Gold Rating for first show

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

CLOVERDALE -- Competing in the 2018 ISSMA Summer Showcase on Aug. 18, the Cloverdale Emerald Command received a Gold Rating for its first performance of the season along with feedback and a giant trophy for the band’s efforts.

Titled “Toxic Attraction,” the 2018 show includes original rock music as well as “Can’t Help Falling in Love,” made famous by Elvis.

Persons interested in seeing the Cloverdale band perform can see the Emerald Command in action during halftime of the Clovers’ home football game on Oct. 5, as well as at Lawrence Central High School on Sept. 15, at Center Grove High School on Oct. 6 and in Evansville at regional competition.

“Thank you to the school and the entire community for supporting this hard-working group,” band director Jared M. Metzger said.

The band is under the direction of Metzger and drum majors Ethan Stattner, Angel Smith, Markus Pries and Gracie Heck.

The guard captains are Dashanta Allen and Sabrina Workman.

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    -- Posted by your mom on Wed, Aug 29, 2018, at 3:45 AM

    Thank you Mr. Metzger for being so dedicated. Good Luck the rest of the season. Have a good time!

    Love, Levi's mom! 🍀🥇🎼🎵🥁🥁🥁

    -- Posted by jdtroutt71 on Thu, Aug 30, 2018, at 6:54 AM
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